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Family and friends attend a funeral service on Saturday to remember Christina Langford Johnson, a victim of an ambush that killed nine American women and children on Nov. 4 in Mexico. Marco Ugarte/AP hide caption

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Senate second Vice President Jeanine Añez as she arrives to Congress in La Paz on Monday. She says she will lead the Senate after its president resigned, which could make her next in line for the presidency. Natacha Pisarenko/AP hide caption

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Evo Morales, Bolivia's president, speaks during a press conference in El Alto, Bolivia, on Nov. 9, 2019. Morales resigned the next day after protests and allegations of election fraud. Marcelo Perez del Carpio/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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An artistic rendering of the retreat of Hernán Cortés from Tenochtitlán, the Aztec capital, in 1520. The Spanish conquistador led an expedition to present-day Mexico, landing in 1519. Although the Spanish forces numbered some 500 men, they managed to capture Aztec Emperor Montezuma II. The city later revolted, forcing Cortés and his men to retreat. Ann Ronan Pictures/Print Collector/Getty Images hide caption

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500 Years Later, The Spanish Conquest Of Mexico Is Still Being Debated

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Street vendors display merchandise featuring former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, just outside the building in Curitiba where the leader served his prison sentence. Henry Milleo/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Foam puzzle pieces sit on the driver's seat of the bullet-riddled Suburban that had been driven by a member of the LeBaron family. Christian Chavez/AP hide caption

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Mormon Family Mourns Their Dead In Mexico, Calls For U.S. To Rein In Its Guns

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Malassezia is a genus of fungi naturally found on the skin surfaces of many animals, including humans. The researchers found it in urban apartments, although some strains have been known to cause infections in hospitals. Science Source hide caption

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9 U.S. Citizens, All Family Members, Died In Mexico Highway Attack

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Members of the extended LeBaron family were caught in a brutal attack, Mexican officials say. Here, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador looks on as Security Minister Alfonso Durazo discusses the attack during a news conference Tuesday morning. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador via Facebook hide caption

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Acting U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan (left) and Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele attend a meeting in San Salvador, El Salvador, in August. Salvador Melendez/AP hide caption

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Peronist presidential candidate Alberto Fernández and his running mate, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, wave to supporters in Buenos Aires, Argentina, after incumbent President Mauricio Macri conceded defeat at the end of election day, on Sunday. Daniel Jayo/AP hide caption

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A Mapuche woman protests on Saturday in Santiago, Chile, a day after the massive anti-Piñera demonstration gathered an estimated one million people in the capital city. Claudio Santana/Getty Images hide caption

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World Series star Juan Soto of the Washington Nationals turned 21 on Oct. 25. Soto is from the Dominican Republic, where every Major League Baseball team runs a training academy for youth. Will Newton/Getty Images hide caption

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Smoke from burning cars rises in Culiacán, Mexico, on Thursday, after an intense gunfight between security forces and gunmen linked to the Sinaloa drug cartel. Hector Parra/AP hide caption

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Massive Gun Battle Erupts In Mexico Over Son Of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo'

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A vineyard in Tarija, Bolivia, the center of the country's wine industry. A growing number of wineries here are improving their techniques, ramping up production and starting to export, as global interest in Bolivia's award-winning wines grows. Insights/Universal Images Group/Getty Images hide caption

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Grown At High Altitudes, Bolivia's Wines Are Rising Stars

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